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June 21, 2013
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Demarco forced to seek refuge after Kenya show

It seems that Kenyans can't get enough of Demarco as the international superstar was forced to seek refuge in his hotel room following a performance at the sold-out Carnivore Grounds in Nairobi, Kenya.

Billed as the headliner for the Kude Kude concert, Demarco performed for almost an hour and a half to the massive crowd which responded to his every word. One of the evening's highlight was the surprise introduction of Kenyan music star Redsan, by the Jamaican, to thunderous cheers as the two did a live remix of Redsan's smash hit, Badder Than Most.

Closing off his set with the mega-hit, I Love My Life, Demarco thanked the Kenyan for their patronage before heading backstage for photo ops and fielding questions from the international media.

Returning to his abode, Demarco, escorted by heavy security detail, had to scamper as females tried desperately, to no avail, to gain access to the entertainer's room.

Due to the constant influx of female fans, the hotel administration was forced to implement additional security for the artiste's safety.

One woman even went as far as relaying her story to the African media as to why she was stalking the singer.

Prior to his departure, Demarco also recorded a collaboration with African star Redsan and performed in the city of Mombasa. In keeping with his ongoing thrust towards education and youth empowerment, the Continue Whine singer also made a donation of an undisclosed sum, along with well-needed food and household supplies to children at a school in Kenya.

The musical virtuoso is now en route to Guinea for a concert tomorrow in the capital city of Conakry.

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